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“Nuncrackers” Opens Thanksgiving Weekend

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The Sisters of Mount Saint Helen’s Convent: Joy Lee, Ivy Cole, Nora Zanger, and Maudeleora Kaufman (Photo by Candace Penders)

The Center for the Arts’ Rooftop Productions presents the Christmas musical Nuncrackers, which will open Thanksgiving weekend and run through Dec. 10.  The fourth in the Nunsense series of musicals with book, music and lyrics written by Dan Goggin, Nuncrackers takes place in the Mount Saint Helen’s Convent where they are producing their first TV special for cable TV.  The sisters are presenting their annual Christmas program which includes Sister Mary Leo’s The Christmas Box and Sister Amnesia’s country hit, Santa Ain’t Comin’ to Our House.  Not to be outdone, Father Virgil and Reverend Mother provide a comedy ballet as the dueling Sugar Plum Fairies.  

Getting ready for Christmas at the Convent: Joy Lee, Maudeleora Kaufman, Ivy Cole, and Nora Zanger (Photo by Candace Penders)

Nuncrackers is filled with many of your favorite carols, lots of humor, and audience participation.  Add this wonderful musical to your holiday season and join us at the Center for the Arts’ Kellar Theater at 9419 Battle St., Manassas.  Directed by Ted Ballard, shows are scheduled for Nov. 25 and 26 and Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Dec. 1-10.  For show times and to purchase tickets ($22 general admission/$18 for students and seniors ages 65+), order online at center-for-the-arts.org.  For further information call 703-330-2787.  Make your holidays merry and bright and join us for Nuncrackers!

 

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